ANAHEIM, Calif. — At the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit Convention and Expo here, a panel of industry experts predicted what the year 2022 will look like for the produce industry. The panelists described a more progressive, technology-centric and resource-stretched existence. CEO and President Bryan Silbermann said that in 2022 the industry will foster a new relationship with consumers. “[In 2022] our industry has evolved from a business-to-business to a ...

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